Parkway Drive KWAS Vinyl

2013-04-26 by Krossceeper | 37 Comments
Killing With A Smile, the debut album from Parkway Drive, will be pressed onto vinyl in time for an April release coinciding with Record Store Day. The album has never been pressed prior and was originally released on CD by Epitaph Records.

The album is Available from these websites :

http://parkwaydrivemerch.myshopify.com/products/killing-with-a-smile-yellow-vinyl-lp

http://kingsroadmerch.com/parkway-drive/view/?id=4291&cid=1229

Tagged: Parkway Drive

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SlMBOLlC
April 25th 2013
5551 Comments


best parkway agreed

first harsh vox i ever liked first everything p much

fanboying hard. Brings nostalgia i must have it

Nomos
April 25th 2013
986 Comments


I thought only good music got released on vinyl these days


oops

pmmets07
April 26th 2013
5984 Comments


honestly who the fuck is going to buy this. like who is still into this album enough to want it on vinyl cmon now

CrimsonLies
April 26th 2013
2245 Comments


"I thought only good music got released on vinyl these days"

Nope, I see shit like Rihanna on vinyl, but I don't know who in the right mind would buy it

Digging: Mare Cognitum - Phobos Monolith

Jamdbz
April 26th 2013
90 Comments


Holy shit I forgot all about these guys

Butkuiss
April 26th 2013
4414 Comments


Mosh so hard the needle jumps m/ Also Deep Blue is better.

Digging: Soul Coughing - El Oso

AdolfChrist
April 26th 2013
2937 Comments


how many parkway fans are into music enough to want vinyl. who the fuck is this for?

Digging: Spiritualized - Lazer Guided Melodies

SlMBOLlC
April 26th 2013
5551 Comments


IM INTO MUSIC THANKYOU
1
!!



KotoFtw
April 26th 2013
1078 Comments


I still jam this regularly. One of the few from my metalcore years that I still listen to.

wacknizzle
April 26th 2013
14197 Comments


Never was THAT into this album but it's still nice to know there's copies of this on vinyl out there.

Digging: Single Soul - beauty and despair found in otherwise empty places

Toadstool
April 26th 2013
136 Comments


so cry me a fuckin river BITCH!

sspedding
April 26th 2013
4959 Comments


modern metalcore at its best.

BrieLarson
April 26th 2013
460 Comments


"will be pressed onto vinyl in time for an April release coinciding with Record Store Day."

Uh...no one caught this yet?

SlMBOLlC
April 26th 2013
5551 Comments


"Modern metalcore at its best"

In terms of the breakdown heavy melodic stuff yeh it's the best IMO

But compared to mis sigs et al. it's not

ViralOblivion
April 26th 2013
7679 Comments


Fuck this band

joshieboy12345
April 26th 2013
5377 Comments


Will rule.

tempest--
April 26th 2013
17214 Comments


Fuck this band [2]

Sweet dig, Viral!

BrieLarson
April 26th 2013
460 Comments


Guys fuck guys it was already record store day fuck

henryChinaski
April 26th 2013
3307 Comments


Good record compared to their newer stuff.

Digging: Daughter - Not to Disappear

PumpBoffBag
April 26th 2013
433 Comments


wow, that's cool. Will be ordering a copy soon methinks

Digging: Sun Kil Moon - Universal Themes

Viskan
April 26th 2013
8 Comments


I want this.

jmnewcomer18
April 26th 2013
3819 Comments


This band has one of the most monotonous metalcore vocalists

Eulogize
April 26th 2013
2974 Comments


I'm wearing my Parkway Drive tee right now.

BillTheButcher
April 26th 2013
289 Comments


hearing this badass album on vinyl would be sweeeet

Dev518
April 26th 2013
579 Comments


A little late?

XyphynX9
April 26th 2013
137 Comments


Honestly never got too into these guys. Cool for the fans though I suppose.

moshpotatoes
April 26th 2013
712 Comments


Horizons would of been more acceptable.

FrozenVain
April 26th 2013
2808 Comments


"honestly who the fuck is going to buy this. like who is still into this album enough to want it on vinyl cmon now"

honestly I think everyone is Australia will buy this


Immortallix
April 26th 2013
63 Comments


Genericore fans know what vinyl is?

NonApplicable
April 26th 2013
2319 Comments


This was back when Parkway weren't so generic

AdolfChrist
April 26th 2013
2937 Comments


"This was back when Parkway weren't so generic"

lol what

J0ckstrapsFTW
April 26th 2013
3676 Comments


I would get this if i had a vinyl player

chug73
April 26th 2013
1907 Comments


Hipsters in Melbourne love dat Vinyl. It's all about "the aesthetics of holding it and smelling it"
Kids these days...

ADAMiscool55
April 27th 2013
79 Comments


Band sucks dick

Tijnmans
April 27th 2013
368 Comments


I love watching this band live because all of the sillyness(inflatable crocodile crowd surfing) and their catchy songs. Their albums aren't that great though.

ReAnimator
April 28th 2013
355 Comments


I'd love to hear Anasasis on vinyl, but other than that, this doesn't have much going for it. Band is a snoozefest

Digging: Borknagar - Winter Thrice

Impervious
April 29th 2013
503 Comments


so cry me a fuckin river BITCH!

This album was my shit back in high school. Still rock this CD every now and again. I'm liking what I've heard from the newest album.



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